White walkers stalking you in the night? Death eaters knocking down your door?
Well, sounds like you’re looking to build a blockchain and cryptocurrency! Having your own blockchain and cryptocurrency is the number one way to get rid of threats both magical and technical!
Ok, maybe the magic part was a tiny bit exaggerated. But the technical part, not so much! The blockchain has become a magic bullet in the software world throughout the past few years. It’s proven that it has the power to revolutionize economic systems and so much more. It seems to have the power to save us all.
But the blockchain wave has only begun! There is so much untapped potential in the field for high-paying employment, and new exciting companies.
But it all starts with building a blockchain and cryptocurrency? How are you going to do that? Take this course!
Why this course specifically?
This course will teach you how to build your own blockchain and cryptocurrency from scratch. You’ll have your own full-on backend, test suite, frontend and deployment process.
It’s no denying that blockchain based systems have taken the tech and financial worlds by storm. A single bitcoin was worth $20,000 at one point in one 2017. And beyond cryptocurrencies, the potential use cases for the blockchain are truly endless. And yet the blockchain industry is still so young. So many startups waiting to, well, start up!
So it’s time to create your own unique blockchain project. Take this course to gain the foundation to do so. Other courses may teach how the blockchain works, its main concepts, or how to invest in a cryptocurrency. But this is the best resource for you to learn how to make a blockchain from scratch, and apply your own unique ideas on top of that.
Who this course is for:
- This course is suited for someone who has experience in at least one programming language. This course moves through coding essentials at a quick pace. Your experience in one other language will definitely help.
- This course is not suited for complete beginners to programming. You will find that the course moves too quickly if you’ve never coded before. However, a persistent student may be able to learn coding in this course, if that student is willing to be patient with a lot of supplemental reading and research.